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Moveable Feasts: Closed Doors, Food Fairs & More | 2.7.2018

Welcome to week 2 of “Moveable Feasts!” For our 2nd edition, we have a little bit of everything, from pop-ups at clandestine bars to foodie film screenings to patriotic food fairs.

MON 02/07

Visceral visits Anafe

The gastronomic experience Visceral takes Anafe’s kitchen with a four course menu that includes flank steak cooked sous-vide for several hours, crispy chimichurri and small potatoes. Chef Lucas’ cooking is always varied, making good use of seasonal products, often including parts that are usually left aside. Reservations by DM.

20 hrs. | Address by reservation | Colegiales

MASA Invades Banquito Rojo

Chef Kevin Vaughn fulfills his weekly post at Banquito Rojo, where he serves his delicious, Mexican-inspired tacos, enchiladas, and soups. This week’s menu includes the Rey Gato (chicken soup with pumpkin, onion, beans, avocado and radish), the Oso Negro enfrijolado (chicken taco dipped in black bean sauce), Big Il (tortilla chips with kimchi, fried egg, korean hot sauce, cheese, sour cream, sesame seeds and cilantro), El Intocable (pork carnitas taco with “pico de gallo”, lettuce, pickled corn and yellow aji salsa), Chucho el Roto (cheese stuffed chile taco with mole sauce, sour cream, red onion, cilantro and fried peanuts) and Diva Salvaje (a vegan friendly sweet potato, leek and fennel enchilada with green and red sauce).

19 – 23:30 hrs | Banquito Rojo | Bolívar 914 | San Telmo

 

TUE 03/07

Aguante al Maiz bar at La Arepería

After waiting 4 years to get back to the second round of the 2018 World Cup, the Colombian faith is still intact. Lovers of Colombian food and culture will meet to watch the game Colombia vs. England and eat arepas at La Arepería de Buenos Aires. The cost is $400 and includes a cheese-stuffed arepa, two side dishes of your choice, and two pints of craft beer. In addition there will be the opportunity to bet on the results of the match; with the prize of a bottle of aguardiente antioqueño if you win. To lay down your bet you must pay in advance here.

13 hrs. | Arepería de Buenos Aires | Bonpland 2430 | Palermo

WED 04/07

Sabe la Tierra en Balvanera

Seasonal fruit and vegetables without agrochemicals, whole-grain bread, tools, seeds, and fertilizers fors for organic vegetable gardens, and more can be found at this natural, organic and sustainable market held every Wednesday in the city. You can also have lunch in the place, there are community tables and a variety of healthy foods and natural drinks.

10 – 16 hrs. | Pasaje Enrique Santos Discépolo 1800 (Callao with Lavalle height) | Balvanera

THUR 05/07

Cooking Class: De Repente Comida

Kinga’s influences come from her background in Poland and Sweden and her travels around the world. She gives cooking workshops called De Repente Comida from the relaxed environment of her house where she teaches basic cooking methods to unleash your creativity in the kitchen and simple recipes with ingredients that you can buy at the neighborhood market. This Thursday’s class will consist of Polish beet broth (barzscs), hearty pumpkin soup, provencal fish soup without fish (bouilleabaisse) and hearty cabbage, tubers, peanuts and coconut curry. Almost everything is vegan and gluten free. The cost is $600 with tasting,lunch, coffee and mate included. Reservations at 11 31064824 or MD.

11 – 14:30 hrs. | Address by reservation | Colegiales

Ezequiel Gallardo cooks at Faraday Bar

The chef of closed-door restaurant Treintasillas is serving a special meal at this secret bar near Alto Palermo mall on Thursday night. Faraday owner Hernan Calliari will be manning the bar and Diego Miola will be DJing; it’s the perfect opportunity to eat like royalty and get to know this tucked away oasis off the busy avenue.

20 hrs. | Faraday Bar | Bulnes 2022 | Palermo

FRI 06/07

Caminos y Sabores

The 14th edition of the classic La Rural fair begins on  Friday 6/7 and will run the duration of the long weekend until monday 9/7. Since 2005 the fair has brought together food producers, entrepreneurs, municipal and provincial governments, chefs, artisans and national gastronomy companies If you hate crowds, try to go on Friday and avoid “rush hour” (13-15 hrs.).

From 6/6 to 9/7 | 12 – 21 hrs. | La Rural | Av. Sarmiento 2704 | Palermo

The 8 Beer Night at Charlone

The brewery and bar Charlone celebrate their 8 unique craft beers with a happy hour until 22hrs, music by DJ Lobo Confianzudo, and a raffle of 8 t-shirts and 8 chopps for those who comment #N8CHe” here. The beers being celebrated are the  Apa “La Rein, the Bitter Ale ( a classic English), the Bohemian Pilsner (Czech lager), the American Stout (strong dark), the English Brown (maltose English), the Saison (Belgian spiced), American Ipa (very hoppy) and Witbier with Filidoro Artesanal (Belgium wheat).

18 – 02 hrs. | Cervecería Charlone | R. Freire 745 | Colegiales

“Coherence” at La Flor de Barracas

Every first Friday of the month,  the antique bar La Flor de Barracashosts a  cinema and ethnography series.This time they will be screening Coherence, by James Ward Byrkit (United States, 2013), which tells the story of a group of friends who meet for dinner the night a comet passes, with unexpected consequences.  The special menu for series attendees cost $250 (dish, drink and dessert). Empanadas, pizzas and picadas will be available as well.

19 – 22 hrs. | La Flor de Barracas | Suárez 2095 | Barracas

SAT 07/07

Feria del Productor al Consumidor

“Feria del Productor al Consumidor” takes place in the beautiful and infrequently visited Agronomía park once a month, in which it celebrates the  principles of sustainable production, alimentary sovereignty, economic and social solidarity, responsible consumption and healthy eating habits.120 exhibitors, including small producers, entrepreneurs, associations and cooperatives will be selling directly to the consumer, allowing you the opportunity to interact directly with the vendor, and taste and purchase a variety of handmade and organic products.

7/7 & 8/7 | 10 – 18 hrs.| Facultad de Agronomía | Av. De los Constituyentes 3454 | Agronomía

Sabe la Tierra

The market returns this weekend to two locations, again offering sustainable, organic and natural products to fill your cupboard, eat on the spot or give as a present. There are fruits and vegetables, jams, seitan milanesas, juices, beer, art,, natural cosmetics, and more… it’s the perfect delicious and healthy plan for your Saturday.

10 – 17 hrs. | Plaza amigos de Florida | Av. San Martín 2400 | Florida 

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10 – 17 hrs. | Tren de la Costa | Arias with Madero (Av. del Libertador 1000) | San Fernando 

SUN 08/07

“Viví la Patria” Fair in Caseros

To celebrate Argentina’s Independence Day, the food and restaurant stands of this fair will be serving tradicional and regional dishes from all over the country. You will be able to try  “locro”, “tamales” and “humitas” from the north, but also “revuelto gramajo,” grilled meat, and fish too. For dessert, try the astelitos”, “panqueques con dulce de leche” or “quesillo y dulce.”If you’d rather take something home for later, you can also purchase local products like yerba, cheese, wines and “alfajores.” It is suspended in case of rain.

8/7 & 9/7 | 11 – 20 hrs. | Playón Municipal de Caseros | Alberdi with Medina | Partido Tres de Febrero | Buenos Aires province

Buenos Aires Market in Flores

The monthly market is back this weekend, this time in Flores. More than 1000 stands of organic producers, food trucks, and restaurants will be available to sample. It will be suspended in case of rain.

8/7 & 9/7 | 10 – 18 hrs. | Plaza de la Misericordia | Av. Directorio with Camacuá | Flores

AmorFar in Feliza

AmorFar is a food fair and gastronomic market curated by foodies with a variety of offerings, including, vegan and non-vegan delicacies, food from all over the world, and variety of textures, aromas and flavors. Additionally there  will be DJsstreet music, and drinks at good prices. Feliza is a cultural center by and for the LGTBIQ+ community.

17 – 22 hrs. | Feliza | Av. Córdoba 3271, 1st floor | Palermo